ADVENTURES OF HERGE HC
BATMAN THE BLACK MIRROR HC
GOTHAM CITY SIRENS TP VOL 02 SONG OF THE SIRENS
GRANT MORRISON COMBINING WORLDS OF CONTEMPORARY COMICS SC
MIGHTY THOR BY FRACTION PREM HC COIPEL DM VAR ED VOL 01
MILK & CHEESE DAIRY PRODUCTS GONE BAD HC
PREACHER HC BOOK 05
SKAAR KING OF SAVAGE LAND TP
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ASTRO CITY THE DARK AGE BOOK 02 BROTHERS IN ARMS
BATMAN A DEATH IN THE FAMILY TP NEW ED
BATMAN AND ROBIN TP VOL 02 BATMAN VS ROBIN
CAPTAIN SWING TP
DEADPOOL TEAM-UP TP VOL 03 BFFS
DEADPOOL TP VOL 07 SPACE ODDITY
DOCTOR WHO A FAIRYTALE LIFE TP
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BATMAN #3 VAR ED
BIRDS OF PREY #3
BLUE BEETLE #3
CAPTAIN ATOM #3
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Holy new continuity excitement, Batman! Our brand new comic Top 10 reflects broader industry trends as DC Comics’ revamped line continues its (nearly unprecedented) sales domination in Conspiracy Comics’ three locations.
DC takes 8 spots overall with not only both Superman titles charting but an incredible ALL FOUR Batman titles in the Top 10 at the #1, #4, #7, and #10 positions!
Full list after the break.
How important is Alan Moore, still to this day, in modern comic books? Well, powered by the release of the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century: 1969 – the second graphic novella instalment of the Century trilogy – and the Cthulhu horror police procedural pastiche Neonomicon comics’ arch-formalist has powered to the top of our graphic novel charts managing to take the #1 and #3 positions in the process of knocking off perennial chart topper The Walking Dead.
BATMAN STREETS OF GOTHAM TP VOL 02 LEVIATHAN
BOYS TP VOL 09 BIG RIDE
CHRONICLES OF WORMWOOD LAST BATTLE TP
GODZILLA GANGSTERS AND GOLIATHS TP
GOON TP VOL 05 WICKED INCLINATIONS 2ND ED
JIM BUTCHER DRESDEN FILES FOOL MOON PART 1 HC
KILL SHAKESPEARE TP VOL 02
NEW X-MEN BY GRANT MORRISON GN TP BOOK 07
PUNISHERMAX BULLSEYE TP
RETURN TO PERDITION HC (RES)
SPIDER-MAN MATTERS OF LIFE AND DEATH TP
STAR WARS DARTH VADER & THE LOST COMMAND HC
Morrisonian hyper-compression at its very best, my favourite comic that I’ve read since Batman Incorporated #7, and everything I’ve been waiting for this series to be! The best part: after the first two issues I didn’t expect to be this excited about Action Comics until at least the end of the first year. So
good and so much to chew on.
My concern is that I expect this issue may cause frustration for some readers because “it felt like there were panels missing.”
Here’s the thing though: there were.
(Minor spoilers and a lot more text after the break.)
When one of the best creative teams in comics launch an interesting new project it’s generally a good idea to take a look. When the publisher is kind enough to price a full-sized first issue at only $1 I’d suggest it’s practically irresponsible not to!